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School of Music, Theatre
and Dance

Varner Hall, Room 207
371 Varner Drive
Rochester, MI 48309-4485
(location map)
Academic Office: (248) 370-2030
Box Office: (248) 370-3013
Fax: (248) 370-2041
smtd@oakland.edu

School of Music, Theatre
and Dance

Varner Hall, Room 207
371 Varner Drive
Rochester, MI 48309-4485
(location map)
Academic Office: (248) 370-2030
Box Office: (248) 370-3013
Fax: (248) 370-2041
smtd@oakland.edu

Lauri A. Hogle, Ph.D.

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Visiting Assistant Professor of Music Education
University Supervisor, Student Teachers

Contact:
laurihogle@oakland.edu
248-370-2763


Dr. Lauri A. Hogle
 was appointed to the music education faculty of Oakland University in 2018. Prior to her position at OU, she taught music education and choral conducting at The College of Wooster, where she also directed the Wooster Singers choir. She earned a BM in Music Therapy (University of Evansville), music teacher certification (Georgia State University), a MM in Music Education with Kodály Emphasis (Colorado State University), and a PhD in Music Education (Oakland University). Dr. Hogle’s passion to bring musical expression to all has taken her from providing music therapy for children with exceptionalities to performing across the country with an extensive range of professional and student musicians to serving as faculty accompanist with a variety of universities and high schools to leading general, choral, and instrumental music programs in school, studio, and community settings. Dr. Hogle has presented papers at numerous international and national music education research conferences and has published her work in the Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education and the International Journal of Education & the Arts. Her current research interests include constructivist practice in music education (particularly in choral ensemble contexts), the role of singing agency in music education settings, and music teacher agency. She prizes collaborative dialogue with all music educators and learners.